Jan Cox Talk 0684

You Must Produce New Info of Silent, Internal Disorder

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#684 * Aug 8, 1990 * – 1:08 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. There is an operational difference between Revolutionary thought and Revolutionary Info. Thought becomes info via talk. Words act as a third-party-interruptus factor, drastically changing the thought energy. Real Revolutionist thought has no opposite, no prop; all words have their opposite without which they could not exist. All words are subject to risk, doubt and varying interpretation. A Real Revolutionist knight in the SL can only be heroic in the armor of silence. The only possible quest and adventures are secret ones. To identify oneself collapses potential revolutionary adventure into a journey of predictable routine going nowhere.

All ordinary, regulated, sustained mechanical growth demands order (note that Kyroot’s are an intellectual aerobic exercise in disorder). Secondary Level World growth and order are synonymous. A Real Revolutionist must produce his own kind of internal disorder. Externally there is nothing for him to rebel against, no disorder to base action on. Binary info is the essence of order in the Secondary Level World. Real Revolutionist info is based on internal silence and disorder. Ordinary power demands order, loves order.

Real Revolutionist power is based in a willful, directed disorder. Life finds a particular kind of mortal (Real Revolutionist) silence to be disorderly and will not allow it on a large scale.


And Kyroot Said…

Copyright 1990 J. M. Cox
03/09/90
…and Kyroot said:
Two new plain and simple rules, (for my pertinent
constituency): One: There is no such thing as a “one time
offer”, and Two: If there is, then all offers are one time
offers.

* * *

No need to take much of this City stuff personally,
for-instance; no one’s brain boat is sea worthy.

* * *

Many’s the people who want to say, “You haven’t heard the
last of me,” and, sad bet to say, but thus far they’ve proved
correct.

* * *

If you don’t learn to adopt the tactics of your adversaries,
they’ll be spreading your spleen on toast while you’re still
waiting for the coffee to perk.

* * *

One guy, (apparently believing himself to be a potential
“ole sore head”, whether he was actually a card holder or not),
looked down at someone’s kid and said, “When I was your age, I
wasn’t even your age.”

* * *

Sometimes it really is later than others; the trick is to
know when such occurrences might arise. …(One dusty kid, who
lived by the tracks, said, “Over here there’s two hobbies
possible; waiting for the train to pass and not waiting.”)

* * *

If renown could not be found in the butchery of another’s
fame, there would be no such garden as the City; no birds of
reputation to carry our name.

* * *

Falling down is no guarantee you’ll get up. …(Operator’s
Optional Tip #22: In the City, however, it’s assured that you’ll
think about it.)

* * *

He, ignorant of intestines, has but a cloudy concept of
brains. …(Rancid meat can compete with inspiration as neural
ignition. …[The distance between a betongued, burning bush and
incidentally indigestion, may have just shrunk].)

* * *

I overheard a guy admitting to himself, (who he sometimes
used as his “imaginary kid”), confessed he, “When you’re petty
’tis with wondrous and glorious ease proceeds a parade of petty
acts.”

* * *

Remember: In secondary jaunts in the City, if you can’t
fear the things you can always fear their shadows.

* * *

An ordinary man taking credit for what he is, is probably
the best laugh he’ll ever have.

* * *

The judgments of the rich and poor are alien; does gold
carry one wisdom and copper another?

* * *

Got a card from a man Monday who says that after listening
to me and after beginning to get his own “good idea of what’s
really going on”, he now “laughs at atmospheric pressure.”

* * *

To forever think in metaphor is to never accept actual
delivery.

* * *

From a more complex prospect, the playing field everywhere
is level while from local views, it can never seem so. …(The
run-of alone would kill you amidst inclemency.)

* * *

No hobby can be stable, complete, or perfected, and if you
wish otherwise, your hunger’s not for sport, but for a specimen
display.

* * *

If you wait until they call your name, they may not call it.

* * *

Part of the interest in being learned in the “social
sciences”, is in being able to make a statement without being
immediately proven wrong.

* * *

To the supremely subversive, entertaining equals
informative.

* * *

Only a knight can be a knight.

* * *

I guess it could be hard “just being alive”, if that’s all
you’ve got.

* * *

Once upon a page, this metaphysical poet, after scrambling
after rhymes, pointed out that none of the basic colors ended in
a consonant, and the visible light spectrum said, “What about
green?” And the poet said, “Green don’t count.” And the wave
lengths countered, “Then what does?” And some inebriated bowlers
over by the jukebox replied, “Numbers do.” And the mystic said,
“Do you realize that none of the prime numbers begin with the
letter seven?”